What’s in store for Apple’s education store?

The company’s online store is expected to go live in early 2017 and will be available to customers of all ages and demographics, according to AppleInsider.

This comes a week after Apple’s chief financial officer revealed that the company is preparing to launch its online store for a variety of education and tech platforms.

The new store will allow students and educators to search and purchase items ranging from games to software to books to apps.

The company said the new store would also allow students to access the same products they purchase online.

Apple’s new online store also will include more than 200,000 Apple products, including its iBooks and iBooks nano line of ebooks, as well as an assortment of Apple TV, Mac, and iPad accessories, according the Wall Street Journal.

The company also said that it plans to add more than 1,000 apps to its online app store, which will allow users to access and purchase apps in the future.

Apple also announced the addition of “the largest selection of Apple products and services to Amazon,” according to a post on the company’s website.

AppleInsiders’ predictions for Apple products for 2017 are below:Apple’s iPad mini: 6.8 million to 7.1 million The iPad mini, a $129 tablet that’s still a niche product, is expected have its first hit in the coming months with Apple’s announcement of the Apple TV 3, according an analyst at research firm MoffettNathanson.

The Apple TV has been an Apple device for years, but Apple’s latest TV is the company first product to feature the new Apple TV Remote control.

The device will reportedly be available in the United States for $159, with a new one expected to be released in the spring of 2019.

The addition of the new TV could also help Apple’s sales of the device, which is struggling to maintain its lead in the tablet market.